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sendmail very slow at bootup time

I assign an IP address to ServerName in Apache /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
file..Now when I boot up Linux, it usually stall at 'sendmail' for quite a
long while before say OK and continue booting..Does anyone know what is the
problem and solve it?

Also, my current PC have 2 NIC. First NIC connect to Internet, and second
NIC connect to a hub..Some other PCs are connect to that hub. I would like
to setup DNS and then assign Domain name..How can I do that? Thank you..



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On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 01:08:09 -0400, K T wrote:

> I assign an IP address to ServerName in Apache /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
> file..Now when I boot up Linux, it usually stall at 'sendmail' for quite a
> long while before say OK and continue booting..Does anyone know what is the
> problem and solve it?

Put your fully qualified domain name in /etc/hosts.

> Also, my current PC have 2 NIC. First NIC connect to Internet, and second
> NIC connect to a hub..Some other PCs are connect to that hub. I would like
> to setup DNS and then assign Domain name..How can I do that? Thank you..

http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/DNS-HOWTO.html

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